Hello there, It took me 5 hours, by best is 4 so I can't complain, although It was a very warm day and I had to drag myself around the last 6 miles and vowed never again. Got back from a well earned break in Gran Canaria yesterday and watched footage of FLM, got the bug again, seeing it on TV drew me in like a moth to the flame but I will wait until after baby is born and build it up again. I still plan to run and do the odd race up until about 7 months, looking forward to my 16 week scan next week. Jane xxx
Hello justaplodder, thankyou for your response I am now into my 6th week and no (touch wood) I haven't yet suffered from morning sickness, a bit queezy at times but if I eat an apple it soon disappears. 7 weeks to go wow! Is it your first? you must be really excited/anxious/tired/fat/happy/fed up/ prepared/not prepared, some or all of the above? Good luck you will be hatching just after the London Marathon and hopefully I will have done it with 'my bun' still in the oven. Jane
I have just found out that I am 3-4weeks prgnant and have already started training for 'London' I intend to carry on but ease off and not go for a time (my best only being 4h:00:55seconds) Did 16 yesterday felt a little tired but great. any tips?
What is it with this protein thing? we have it drilled into us that we 'have to eat our meat' I have never liked red meat and in the 36 years I have lived the only side effect is a slight anemia problem last year which is now resolved. Canned tuna is versitile and if you aren't keen on it the taste can be easily masked. I don't eat animal protein every day and the processed foods we eat nowadays tend to ensure that we are consuming enough.